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race to get supplies to islands decimated by the storm. nfl protests continue on monday night football. what cowboys owner jerry jones, is saying about the league-wide unrest. good morning washington. - clouds from maria today; still warm - maria moving north off the se u.s. coast - hot and humid tomorrow; changes thursday - much cooler, less humid friday through the weekend today: mostly cloudy. not as hot, still warm and humid. highs: 83-86 winds: ne 5-10 mph tonight: mostly cloudy. staying mild. lows: 64-72 winds: n 5-10 mph wednesday: partly sunny. warm and humid. highs: 85-89 feels: 90-95 winds: n 5-10 mph
of first responders were already on the ground this morning, they are finally back in their own beds. virginia task force one deployed to the island early, to help the island to help shore up dams and board up homes. after it hit-- they helped rescue distressed residents. virginia task force 1 also deployed to houston after hurricane harvey. members of maryland task force are now on
the ground in puerto rico. we've been following along on twitter- as they performed searches - and surveyed damage in remote areas. we'll continue to follow their efforts on air and online at wjla.com happening now-- the battle over a new effort to repeal the may be over. not long after these protesters were detained inside a hearing on the "graham-cassidy bill"-- a third republican senator came out against it. that effectively kills it-- ahead of an approaching dealine. stacey cohan has more. developing now...
the former tennessee police officer arrested near the white house with a lot of weapons has a history of mental illness. timothy bates made a brief court appearance monday. investigators say bates claimed to have a meeting with the secretary of defense and the national security adviser. a judge ordered bates held until a hearing on thursday. turning to the nfl-- the drama began before the game even started on monday night football last night. after a day of league wide protests on sunday-- nfl owner jerry jones joined his team in kneeling before the national anthem. they then stood up and locked arms as the anthem played. the protests followed fiery words from president trump denouncing players who protest. and when the game began-- it was more good news for washington's nfc east rival. dallas quarterback dak prescott had one of the best passing games of his career. he threw for 183 yards, 2 touchdowns, and rushed for a third touchdown. the cowboys win 28-17. after the game-- jerry jones talked about his team-wide demonstration. arizona players also stood and linked arms during
this morning. hundreds gathered in northeast last night for a candlelight vigil, in memory of 16-year-old zaire kelly. last week the teen was walking home from a college prep class when he fought back against an attempted robbery. police say kelly stabbed his attacker, 19-year-old sequan gillis, who then shot him. both teens died. kelly had just started his senior year at thurgood marshall academy in southeast d.c. he planned to go to college and major in chemistry. an update on the four-year-old girl who was hit in the face by a foul ball during a yankees game last week.. she's continuing to recover, and is expected to leave the hospital soon. the player who hit the foul, yankees third baseman todd frasier, has been in contact with the girl's father.. and he plans to
since the incident, several teams have announced plans to increase netting, to better protect fans from foul balls. now we turn to a more pleasant baseball story. and proof that sometimes a little courtesy goes a long way. check this out. cubs taking on the cardinals at busch stadium in st. louis. chicago shortstop addison russell chasing down a foul ball -- and he goes down, right into someones' plate of nachos. the fan didn't make a fuss, becuase it's all part of the game. but-- russell comes back later and replaces the food! he even stopped for a selfie. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - clouds from maria today; still warm - maria moving north off the se u.s. coast - hot and humid tomorrow; changes thursday - much cooler, less humid friday through the weekend today: mostly clu
ralphcandidate for governor,rtham, and i sponsored is ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs., but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy could cut virginia school funding, too. ed doesn't stand for education.
to deal with! moore and incumbent luther strange are vying to fill the seat left vacant by attorney general jeff sessions. president trump is backing strange. former white house chief strategist steve bannon is backing moore. there is much more ahead on good morning washington. ryan hughes is live on breaking news.. ryan? and seven is on your side all throughout
on the baltimore washington parkway. the shutdown slowing your commute. maria moving north. evacuations in effect right now as the east coast braces for impact. were live at the beach. and the dallas cowboys - americas team - taking a knee. owner and trump supporter jerry jones, front and center. the show of solidarity as n-f-l protests spread to monday night. good morning washington i'm larry smith. and i'm autria godfrey. let's start with